It has been more than five months of lockdown in Kashmir, these days you see the showcasing of less and less protests, stone-pelting, militancy and civil disobedience in media. So, has Kashmir finally achieved a state of normalcy? What’s normal is for the most part debated all over in regards to the state of Kashmir,… Continue reading Experience normalcy; visit Kashmir
While the final season (part 2), airing 31st January 2020, of BoJack Horseman looms upon our heads, it is about time we tear apart this beautiful animated series to see just how well it deals with many issues of our daily lives in the most fun and humorous manner – all in all with a… Continue reading BOJACK HORSEMAN – SAD OR HONEST?
30 years of a dreadful event that still frightens the sufferers and the ensuing tales are substantial to press the redemption of dues. 19th January of 1990 is a horror for thousands of Kashmiri Pandits, who await rightful affirmation. There has been a long history of atrocities faced by the Kashmiri Hindus even before the… Continue reading Exodus 1990: An Unsung Story of Kashmiri Pandits
Every coin has two sides and so does the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 and National Register of Citizens. With the utter rage created amongst the people of India due to social influence and mass protest going on in the country, the other side of CAA and NRC might be getting glossed over. Here's a retrospective… Continue reading The Other Side: CAA & NRC in Retrospection
The very 'guardians of law' took a monstrous form in Uttar Pradesh as the police maneuvered in establishing a soul stirring example of brutality by targeting the Muslim dominated areas of the state. For the past two months, India has been seemingly swallowed up in the historic fire of the biggest nationwide protests in over… Continue reading Khaki is the New Fear
As another day passes with the ongoing struggle to even protest, some questions would normally arise in a half sane mind. Something on the lines of when men are given guns to protect, who do they choose to use the guns against or any weapon of so called defense for that matter? This is a… Continue reading A Midnight Consultation
Choosing to remain deaf to the ongoing political revolutions in the country doesn't make you apolitical but in turn puts you on the side of the oppressor rather. In this modern world, where every decision that's made has a political conottation, pretending to be serene by unjust laws being passed in the country counts as… Continue reading Political Apathy: Why a Necessity?
At the turn of 20th century, Facebook was born and so were the many first-time student protestors lining up the streets today to protest against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Registration of Indian Citizens (NRIC). While, student protestors of Jamia Millia Islamia University took to the streets to raise their concerns, another… Continue reading SOCIAL MEDIA- A DOUBLE EDGED SWORD
A silent spectator that houses multitude continually envisioned to protect knowledge and progress through the shelter and nurture that it offers has served millions since it's inception; but the same couldn't withstand the harbingers of ignorance that attacked it ruthlessly on a cold winter night. Dr. Zakir Hussain Library retells the account the night and… Continue reading Once a Kingdom of Books, now abodes Screams and Horrors
The recent streak of protests in the varsity, provided a centre for nationwide movement against CAA and proposed NRC, but apart from the augmentation the protests will be marked for its leadership that was manifested in the women of the University. The Girls of JMI, did not only actively participate in the protests but at… Continue reading When they Stand, She leads them